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before the appointment. >> i see a two-page report. i say, oh, mr. smith, i see you have back pain since 12 years since you fell from a horse. i see you're sad. you're worried and drinking maybe is a problem. and you say, oh, my god, someone who finally understands what's going on. >> and patients can even see the results tracked over time. but if question is, is there really time for these types of in-depth conversations in the emergency rooms? you guys are busy. do you have time to be drilling down on pain issues when you're dealing with all the things that e.r.s deal with? >> it may not be any longer than five-minute, honest sit-down conversation. but if we're really out there to save lives this is something we have to take the extra five minutes for. >> dr. anderson walked me around a hospital in tacoma, washington. one of the first things you will notice here and every e.r. in the state is a reminder for patients of restrictions on how much pain medication they can be prescribed. >> not only are we all playing by the same rules, we are also now all communicating with one another. >>
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